Mar 8, 2015: PJ Tatler: Who Ever Thought Daylight Saving Time Was a Good Idea?
Not me; it’s just a huge, arbitrary pain in the neck. And not Alexander Abad-Santos in The Atlantic, either:
Dec 23, 2014: Alexander Abad-Santos: Vox: The Flash was the best superhero show of 2014
Apr 26, 2013: Stuebenville The Real Story: Atlantic Wire Lies Part Five : At A Party
More confounded lies from the Atlantic Wire and writer Alexander Abad-Santos, who wrote:
Dec 7, 2012: Publius Forum: New York Post Criticized for Cover Photo of Man Seconds Before Death by Train
For The Atlantic, Alexander Abad-Santos wondered why freelance photographer R. Umar Abbasi stood there taking pictures instead of helping the poor man to safety. If there’s enough time to capture a dying man’s last moments before getting hit by an oncoming train that’s that worthy of a tabloid cover, couldn’t the photographer have lent a hand?
March 25, 2014: Abad-Santos article published in The Atlantic abour Candace Cameron on Dancing with the Stars: "A week after a stompy, aggressive contemporary dance that netted her a 25 and second place, DJ Tanner was back for week two. While she had hinted in her segment last week that she wasn't going to be "sexy", Cameron's religion came off a bit more aggressively this time, as she talked about straddling the balance between her beliefs and Dancing With The Stars. The implicit point Cameron is making here is that Dancing is too sexy of a show, and it might encroach on her Christian beliefs."